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    Blake, Olivie: One For My Enemy

    From Olivie Blake, the bestselling author of The Atlas Six, One For My Enemy is a captivating fantasy story of ambition, sacrifice and the enduring power of family legacies.

    In New York City, two rival witch families fight for the upper hand.

    The Antonova sisters are beautiful, cunning and ruthless, and their mother - known only as Baba Yaga - is the elusive supplier of premium intoxicants. Their adversaries, the influential Fedorov brothers, serve their crime boss father. Named Koschei the Deathless, his enterprise dominates the shadows of magical Manhattan.

    For twelve years, the families have maintained a fraught stalemate. Then everything is thrown into disarray. Bad blood carries them to the brink of disaster, even as fate draws together a brother and sister from either side. Yet the siblings still struggle for power, and internal conflicts could destroy each family from within. That is, if the enmity between empires doesn't destroy both sides first.


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    ISBN: 978-1-03-501158-2
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    Über den Autor Blake, Olivie

    Olivie Blake is the pseudonym of Alexene Farol Follmuth, a writer and lover of stories. As Olivie, she has penned several adult speculative fiction projects including the webtoon Clara and the Devil, with illustrator Little Chmura, Alone With You in the Ether, and the internationally bestselling Atlas trilogy. Writing as Alexene, she's released My Mechanical Romance - her debut YA rom-com. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, young son and rescue pit bull.

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